Friday, May 23, 2008

Forget cheap gas give em a gun

I am sure you will be able to give me a rational explanation for this. I hope each person robs a gas station and then shoots his truck. From the BBC

A car dealership in the United States is offering a free handgun with every vehicle sold.

Max Motors in Butler, Missouri, says sales have quadrupled since the start of the offer.
Customers can choose between a gun or a $250 (£125) gas card, but most so far have chosen the gun.
Owner Mark Muller said: "We're just damn glad to live in a free country where you can have a gun if you want to."
The dealership sells new and old vehicles, including General Motors and Ford cars and trucks, and its logo shows a cowboy holding a pistol.

It has sold more than 30 cars and trucks in the past three days, an increase which the owners put down to their promotional offer.
more incredible stupidity here


Tyler said...

hmmm only in America no wonder the rest of the world hates us

clintpatty said...

I am pro gun freedom.

Bello Velo said...

I was too, but the fact that none of you pro gun people have used your right for its purpose. I think you have lost that right. It was intended to protect the citizenry from the government. This has not happened and just become a symbol to replace your small penises.

"pro gun freedom" think about how that sounds.

republicans, democrats your all reading the same script.

Tyler said...

Clint is like the point you made about the Huge don't transport horses with a toyota prius
you need a big truck how many people need a gun on a daily bases not me not you and not the majority of people who own them how many times have you heard stories of irresponsible gun owner leaving a gun where a child can have access to it and one child accidentally kills his friend the point is you don't need a gun when you buy a new car so it is a stupid ignorant fucking promotion

Anonymous said...

The gun as mutant penis: Men or women who abuse guns are equally sexually dysfunctional. The first question that popped into my mind about the Columbine killers was, "What was their sex life like?" It's very difficult to be a man in today's post-industrial culture, with its bland service-sector jobs and endless paper-shuffling deskwork. All you have before you is eternal tethering -- to parents, teachers, boss, wife. There's little room for genuine masculine adventure and achievement. And there are few men to admire -- which is why violent video games and action-adventure films have been thriving.